Unity Homes gets extremely high demand at Tatu City, having sold out Unity West
Unity Homes, a developer of inclusive residential communities, has sold out Unity West, the first phase of the KES 6 billion apartment development, less than two years after breaking ground in Tatu City, the 5,000-acre new city on Nairobi’s doorstep.
Riding a wave of interest by homeowners and investors in Unity West’s popular two-bedroom apartments, the company sold 384 units in 19 months. Today, more than 100 apartments are occupied with the remaining due for completion by April 2022. Residents already enjoy an organic garden, children’s play area and basketball court. The swimming pool and café are due for completion in June 2021.
“We are thrilled with the success and speed of Unity West’s sales and construction,” said Executive Director Jason Horsey about the 1,100-unit development. “Unity West and Tatu City are safe, family-friendly environments with plenty of green and open space, which owners value especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.”
Unity West is constructing apartments at a rapid pace – one unit every 18 hours – with fitout teams quickly following with high-quality international finishes.
Sales for the next phase – 600 units in Unity East – start on 26 April, with a USD 8,000 special discount for the first 100 buyers. Unity East’s apartments are larger in size and start at USD 63,950 (before the limited offer discount).
The location of Unity West and East at Tatu City has compounded buyer demand, thanks to the city’s well-regarded schools – Nova Pioneer and Crawford International – a short walk away and dozens of companies in the business area.